Vibing to live music, DJs, yoga and meditation will mark the return of the return of the seventh annual Love Long Beach Festival this weekend at ShoreLine Aquatic Park.

The Love Long Beach Festival is a two-day, family friendly event intended to bring the community together through music, dance, art and other activities.

The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday, July 23-24, at the park, 200 Aquarium Way. Tickets cost $25 to $100, depending on which package you buy.

More than 50 DJs and live musicians will perform across three different stages. There will also be activities that, according to the festival website, will help heal and expand the mind and heart, including yoga and massages. The festival will have healing and relaxation areas as well.

Alfredo’s Beach Club in Long Beach, which has been involved as a producer since the festival’s start, is again organizing the event, along with other collaborators.

The Subtract stage will boast artists such as DJ Maggie, Doc Martin featuring Sublevel and Tara Brooks.

“Attendees should look forward to hearing some of the best house and techno artists in SoCal, on a perfectly tuned Subtract Sound System,” said Anton Tumas, creative and music director for Love Long Beach Festival.

The Noise Stage is a collaboration with Subtract, Momentive Records and Synaptik Events that will provide a wide range of electronic bass music and be home to other beat artists. The stage will have takeovers by Bass Waffles, B-side, and Momentive.

StarGate Stage will provide live bands for festival goers to listen to.

Attendees will find art, yoga, sound baths, workshops and more at the Healing Arts Village. The village is hosted by the Long Beach Light Tribe and organizer Christa Galactica.

Part of the Healing Arts Village is the Kids Village, a playing and learning environment that families and children can enjoy; it will have games, arts and crafts, dancing and storytelling.

After a two-year hiatus because of the coronavirus pandemic, organizers said, they are looking forward to having Long Beach experience the festival once again.

“We’re excited to be back stronger than ever,” Tumas said, “with our best music line-up to date, amazing sound systems, great vendors and all the vibes that we are known for, the magic sauce of Love Long Beach.”

The variety of food vendors and trucks include multiple plant-based, organic and vegan options.

Face painting, clothing, jewelry and crystals are some of the products that will be available at the 50 vendors attending.

It is recommended that attendees find alternative modes of transportation such as public transportation or Uber/Lyft because of limited parking near the event.

Tickets and more information on stage lineups for the Love Long Beach Festival is available at